What does "cashing in" mean?? help with ucas applicationWatch
Have been reading a lot about cashing in AS level results etc and I am very confused.
do i or do i not need to declare my As results on my ucas if i'm carrying them on to A2?
i dont know if my school cashed them in or not, i dont even know what that means. but i read you dont declare as results if you're carrying them onto A2? so i am very confused.
so far my ucas education section looks like this
GCE Advanced Level:
GCE Advanced Subsidiary (first award 2001):
I'v put the grades down for the GCE advanced subsidary (assuming thats just were i put down my As results from 14th august)
and put the advanced level ones as pending?
is that the way to do it? or should it all just be pending?
If you go to a state school, your school will cash them in automatically. If you go to a private school, they have the choice of whether to cash them in or not.
School should really publish what they do regarding cashing in with their subjects when they first offer courses to year 12 starters.
I would check with school policy. Perhaps you can ask them to cash in? You would know if yours are cashed in by the codes on your exam results sheet.
(son's school is a state school and the local private school cash in the same way)